Share your time and energy and spirit to help us accomplish our mission of educating the community about Cary history, advocating for historic preservation, and supporting the cultural arts!
If you're interested in volunteering with the Friends, please email us at email@example.com or sign up for specific events below.
Share information about the the Friends and Cary's History as you man the booth on Cultural Arts Row at beautiful Bond Park during the annual Spring Daze arts festival. This is an easy and fun way to cajole with the community and meet fellow volunteers. Sign up here.
Welcome Herbfest visitors to the lawn of the Page-Walker Arts & History Center and share information about the historic railroad hotel, the Friends, and Cary's history. Assist vendors with any needs they might have. This is an easy and fun way to cajole with the community and meet fellow volunteers. Sign up here.
Love to garden or would like to learn? Join our merry band of volunteer gardeners who keep the Anne B. Kratzer Educational Herb Garden vibrant throughout the year. The group gathers in the spring and fall to prep the garden, then volunteers sign up for 2-week assignments to give the garden the TLC it needs throughout the growing season. No experience necessary – all that’s needed is a love for digging in the dirt and watching things grow. To find out more, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn about early Cary settler and patriot Nathaniel Jones of White Plains and help tidy up his historic family resting place, the White Plains Cemetery on Tolliver Ct. in Cary (Maynard Oaks neighborhood). If you've got a thing for old cemeteries, you'll love joining others with the same interest in this fun and important activity. To find out more, send an email to email@example.com.
“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.”